Spring farm just outside Taverham in Norfolk hosted this leg of the AWDC Comp safari race.. Jesus christ it was fun to shoot. I came away with mud in my hair and all over my face. Loads of fun and cant wait to do something like this again. Cheers for the heads up about this one Adi 🙂
Comp-safari ,also known as cross country motorsport is a form of offroad motorsport using mostly but not entirely 4 wheel drive vehicles. The events as they are called are timed against the clock and consist of a number of ‘runs’ anywhere from 4 to 10 runs is common, it depends on the length of the course. Each ‘run’ is normally over 2 miles long and contains features such as jumps, water splashes, logs, narrow gateposts, going through barns etc.
Each vehicle is identified by a number which is displayed on the windscreen and to the middle of the vehicle as high as possible.The allocated number stays with the vehicle for the year and usually corresponds to where the person finished in the championship the previous year.